Randolph Arts Guild Features Sculptures
Preparations are under way for the Randolph Arts Guild to feature a sculptural exhibit in its Sara Smith Self Gallery during the month of August. The exhibition, titled "Carolina Bronze: Casting Connections," encompasses the work of several artists with a significant connection to the Carolina Bronze foundry and its artists.
Carolina Bronze is a premier fine arts foundry located in Seagrove, which serves artists all over the United States from the East Coast to the West Coast. They specialize in fine arts bronze casting and fabrication, using both traditional techniques and state of the art digital tools that include high resolution 3D scanning, CNC machining and Rapid Prototyping. They offer lost wax and sandcast bronze as well as fully digitally integrated fabrication services. Founded in 1990 by Ed Walker, the current owner, Carolina Bronze employs a tight group of highly trained and experienced artisans, craftsmen, designers and engineers.
Given the nature of their business as a foundry, Carolina Bronze is not just casting sculpture, but also casting connections with artists and works of art all around the world. This exhibit will feature a variety of work from Dedi McHam, Michel Laster, Richard Pumphrey, Larry Bechtel, Chas Fagan, Leslie Hudson-Tolles, John Wendelbo and Steve Bickly. Many of the pieces in this exhibit were cast at Carolina Bronze and demonstrate the skill and craftsmanship necessary to produce sculptural works of this nature.
The exhibit will be on display through Aug. 31 in the Randolph Arts Guild's Sara Smith Self Gallery, 123 Sunset Ave., Asheboro.
For more information, call the Randolph Arts Guild at (336) 629-0399 or email email@example.com
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